Join Peggy Fisher for an in-depth discussion in this video Solution: Ask for lunch choices, part of Up and Running with C++.
…Okay, I hope you had fun with this challenge.…Let me show you an example of what I came up with.…Again, remember, all programmers program differently.…What I did, was I created a string menu called menuItems.…It contained, the four items that I was going to offer for lunch.…You can see I'm going to offer hotdogs, hamburgers, turkey burgers, and salad.…Now, in order to keep track of the price ratios items, I had to create a parallel…array, because my string for menu items, is not…the same data type as my double for prices.…So, I have double prices equals $1.50 which corresponds to hotdogs,…$3.00 for hamburgers, $3 for turkey burgers, and $4 for a salad.…I ask the user to choose an item from the menu.…The DoWhile loop has to print out the menu first.…Once the user makes a choice, if they chose the item number…5, which is exit, I'm going to get out of my loop.…Otherwise I'm going to ask them how many items they want, what is the quantity.…
I'm going to take the quantity, times the prices array.…Notice I had to take the choice they entered and subtract 1, because the…
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